No matter whether you arrive by car or train, by plane or bicycle, the university town of Münster is convenient to reach. Even coming to Münster by boat is not a problem.
... by plane There is a multitude of direct domestic and European connections at the international airport Münster-Osnabrück (FMO). You can fly to Münster from all over the world via Frankfurt or Munich Airport. From here, you can reach the city centre of Münster by bus or taxi in approx. 30 minutes. Up-to-date information at
... by train Münster’s main station is situated right in the city centre. Münster is linked with Germany's and Europe's metropolises via its IC, EC, and ICE connections. The train ride from Hamburg or Cologne to Münster takes two hours, from Berlin it's approx. 3.5 hours, while Enschede (NL) is a solid hour away. Up-to-date railroad connections are available at
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... by car You can reach Münster directly via the A1 and A43 speedways. The trip from Frankfurt a. M., Hamburg or Amsterdam will take you approx. 3 hours, the trip from Berlin to Münster takes approx. 5 hours.
Park your car free of charge and take the bus (subject to fare) into the old town, P+R facilities make this possible. Buses leave the P+R facilities at the Weseler Straße Mobilstation stop, at Preußenstadion(Hammer Straße) and at Albersloher Weg for the old town at very short intervals every day all year round, in the run-up to Christmas too.
The parking guidance system takes car drivers to the free P+R facility at Albersloher Weg from the Münster-Süd motorway junction. The city bus routes 6 and 8 (subject to fare) then take you into the city centre. If this car park should be full, you can park your car a few hundred metres further on at the Cineplex car park (all-day parking ticket just EUR 4) and buses take you from there into the centre.
The parking guidance system also accompanies car drivers to the parking facilities in the centre and displays where and how many parking spaces are still currently empty. Anyone who would like to get an idea of this before they leave home can use the Münster parking guidance system.
By the way, the number of empty parking spaces can also be seen using the free WBI app.
... by motor homes and RV’s Overnight accomodation for motor homes and RV’s can be found directly in front of Münster’s campground, whose facilities are of course at your disposal! Please contact the Münster Information Centre for other parking options. We’ll be glad to assist you!
… by bicycle A multitude of excellently signposted bicycle routes will guide you safely to Münster. The European Bicycle Track R1 from Calais to St. Petersburg, the Route of 100 Castles, the Route of Peace, and many more…
… by boat Münster is linked to the European network of waterways via the Dortmund-Ems Canal. Boats tie up at the Creative Quay - where else?
Mobile in Münster ...
Mobile in Münster … Münster is a city of short distances. The tourist sites in the old town can be reached comfortably by foot. Lowered curbstones and blind-friendly auxiliary devices make it easy for wheelchair users, blind and visually handicapped persons to explore the city. You can also move about safely and comfortably by bicycle in Münster. And what’s more, an excellently developed public transport network is at your disposal. Up-to-date information on public transport can be obtained from the mobilé service centre across from the central train station (Mon-Fri from 9.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m. and Sat from 9.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.) or at